Ahead of the release of his Trippple Cross project on Feb. 23, Young Scooter drops off his latest collaboration with YoungBoy Never Broke Again, "Bail Out."

Over a piano-laden instrumental, Young Scooter reflects on moments of his life where he had to deal with legal issues. "2008, nigga, I couldn't even make bail/2006, I had my son and I was broke as hell/2009, I start increasing my clientele/Real talk I used to sleep in a house full of bills," he spits.

YoungBoy Never Broke Again also delivers his own verse full of trials and tribulations. "Scooter let me get 'em and I got 'em/Young nigga, I'm forever wilding/Daddy left me as a toddler/I'm goin' up, I ain't stoppin'," YoungBoy raps.

Along with the YoungBoy collab, Scooter's upcoming project will also feature guest appearances from Future, Young Thug and Casino. Thugger and Future will appear on six of the songs featured on the 14-track project.

Young Scooter previously teased Trippple Cross in October, telling his followers on Twitter that he would be teaming up with Thug and Future for the project. "#STREETLOTTERY4 FEATURING @1future @youngthug ON THE WHOLE TAPE GONE BE CRAZY 🐍🐍🎥🔥🔥🔥," he tweeted.

XXL has caught up with the Atlanta rapper in the past, where he revealed his recording process for projects. According to Scooter, he doesn't create songs for specific projects, instead, he likes to pick which songs fit a project. "I make songs every day, at least like three, four songs every day, because I don’t write no music," he said. "So it's easy for me to go into a booth and do a song."

Listen to "Bail Out" below.

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